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inarching

[′in′ärch·iŋ]
(botany)
A kind of repair grafting in which two plants growing on their own roots are grafted together and one plant is severed from its roots after the graft union is established.
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The inarch was triggered by a recent trip to the Middle East by eight of King Mswati's 13 wives who left the country with their children, bodyguards, aides and maids by private jet for an undisclosed mission on August 15.